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How can i deny my users access to Regedit via AD??

Posted on 2004-04-02
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How can i deny my users access to Regedit via AD??
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Hi

You can edit group policy from main ou in AD, or configure a new OU and add the users that you want to it:

To disable registry editing tools:
In group policy - User Configuration\Administrative Templates\System

Disables the Windows registry editors, Regedt32.exe and Regedit.exe.

If this policy is enabled and the user tries to start a registry editor, a
message appears explaining that group policy prevents this action

Deb :))
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